Dressing Room Policies, News (Brampton Hockey Inc.)

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Dressing Room Policies
Submitted By Glenn McIntyre on Friday, February 27, 2015
For all Players, Parents, and Coaches.  Please read!!!

There have been a number of incidents of inappropriate behavior in the dressing rooms throughout the City. Please be reminded that there is Zero Tolerance for any type of Bucket Fighting, bullying or other matters of similar nature. Cameras, cell phones, recording devices, etc are not permitted by City Policy in the dressing rooms and should be left turned off when entering in these rooms. Failure to follow these rules could lead to suspensions if brought to the attention of the League.  Coaches remember we are following OHF policy of 2 deep in the rooms and failure to do so results in suspension. I trust you all will  follow these simple rules so no further disciplinary action will have to take place.
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